This webinar will give you a practical guide to initiating and running interim family law proceedings in the FCC, in light of Practice Direction number 2 of 2017, which came into force as of 1 January 2018.
In October last year, Queensland became the first Australian state to introduce the offence of industrial manslaughter. Any person convicted will go to jail for up to 20 years and any company will be fined up to $10 million. While the ACT had already introduced this offence, this action by Queensland has now caused NSW, VIC and SA to seriously consider introducing the same.
This offence has been introduced to scare into action company directors and executives, and reflects a growing impatience by regulators with complacency toward workplace safety and, in particular, an ongoing acceptance that deaths at the workplace are unavoidable.
This webinar, Cormack Dunn, Partner, Dentons will discuss the ramifications this ground-breaking change will have on attitudes towards workplace safety and what can be done by executives, safety professionals and lawyers to better protect themselves and their company.